Post Malone Celebrates His Success on New Song 'Wow'
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The new single arrives just a week after the Grammy-nominated rapper announced that he would be dropping a new song before the end of the year.

AceShowbiz - Post Malone is keeping his promise. Just a week after the rapper announced that he would be dropping a new song before the end of the year, he gave his fans an early Christmas present by releasing a new song titled "Wow" on Sunday, December 23.

The song finds Malone rapping about showing up to a party with a lot of bottles, friends and cash as he celebrates his own success. "You serve a lot, but I got more now/ Made another hit 'cause I got bored now/ Always go for it, never punt fourth down/ Last call, Hail Mary, Presscot touch down," the "Rockstar" hitmaker rhymes.

Not only celebrating his success, but he also recalls the time when people barely know him and even ignore him until he released his hit albums. "When I got guap, all they eye disappear," he raps. "Before I dropped 'Stoney' none of y'all really care/ Now they always say, 'Congratulations' to the kid/ And this is not a 40 but I'm pourin' out this s**t."

Fans of Malone quickly flooded the comment section with gushing message following the release of the song, noting how the "Psycho" spitter has never created a bad song in his career. "Bro this s**t fire just what I needed to motivate me to start making a song," one commented as one other asked whether people "broke their replay button" after listening to the song.

The new single arrived after he unveiled his contribution to the soundtrack of "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse", "Sunflower" featuring Swae Lee. Peaking at No. 7 on Billboard's Hot 100, the soundtrack became his fifth top ten on the chart.

Malone is currently enjoying the success of his sophomore album "Beerbongs & Bentleys" which debuted atop Billboard 200 and was certified double platinum by RIAA. It is also nominated for Album of the Year at the upcoming 2019 Grammy Awards with lead single "Rockstar" receiving nominations for Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Performance. "Better Now" is additionally up for Best Pop Solo Performance.

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